Michael Pastore has released a revised and expanded edition of his book – 50 Benefits of eBooks. It is packed with information about how to understand, and enjoy, the digital reading revolution. The book, soon to be released as a 368-page paperback, is now available in ebook editions which contain all the same information as the paperback — yet sell for less than four dollars.
Published by Zorba Press (in Ithaca, New York), ==50 Benefits of Ebooks== is a lively introduction to the brave new worlds of ebooks and electronic publishing. This revised edition (now 66,000 words) is 25% larger than the September 2009 edition, and contains ten new chapters. The ebook — now available in PDF and EPUB — is priced at $3.99.
To buy the ebook, visit the ebook’s web page: http://www.zorba.us/?page_id=142
Full News Release is here: http://www.zorba.us/?page_id=318
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about a new book by Elizabeth Castro called EPUB Straight to the Point, which was brought to my attention by Michael Pastore of Zorba Press and Epublishers Weekly. Michael, author of 50 Benefits of Ebooks, just completed a full review of this new EPUB title and emailed the link to me. His conclusion: Publishers, authors, book designers — everyone interested in making EPUB ebooks — can buy Castro’s book with complete confidence; the book will teach you to build a better ebook than you’ve ever built before. Thanks, Michael.
Michael Pastore from Zorba Press compiled this very thorough guide to free ebooks. It lists hundreds of possibilities under various categories like – free ebook websites, ebook directories, childrens ebooks, audio books, scholarly offerings, non-fiction, and more. Pastore plans to update the guide each January and June.
Michael Pastore of Zorba Press has released a revised edition of his benefits of eBooks title. The new title – 50 Benefits of Ebooks – is available now in .pdf form and soon in EPUB and paperback for the very small price of $2.00.
I like benefit #13 – Ebooks Are Cheaper to Buy
In this entry, Michael predicts “Ebook prices will plummet! Or I will eat this ebook” I hope so Michael. But if they don’t, what condiment will you put on those bits and bytes? gulp. Continue reading